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Davis CDJR Yulee
MONTHLY MEMBER'S MEETING Tuesday, March 3 @ 7:00 p.m.
We meet the 1st Tuesday of each month at the
Fernandina Beach Golf Club
2800 Bill Melton Rd. FB
New members always welcome!
PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Eight Flags Jeep Club will be attending the Jeepin' With Judd event this year as a group- we are staying at the Hampton Inn in Lake Wales (arriving Thurs eve & staying thru Sun afternoon). Camping & other area hotel options also available. Check out the website for event info.
Great group at our holiday party! We collected a ton of toys and our friends at Lowes Fernandina added to the contribution.
Next bonfire March 15 (Tentative)
Starting at 5:45 p.m.
Peters Point Beach
Snuggle up next to the fire with your Valentine's Sweetheart! Bring your beach blanket, lawn chair, hot dogs & marshmallows to roast on the fire. Hot chocolate or coffee is always a good idea. We'll bring the firewood.
ALL JEEP OWNERS
"GIRLS ON TRAILS" WORKSHOP
offered by Happy Trails 4x4
Saturday, Feb. 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Learn the basics of 4WD operation and prep for trails.
$50 per person (includes lunch)
Use #GirlsOnTrails as the subject
Next Clean-up Feb. 29 @ 8:30 a.m.
Eight Flags Jeep Club, in cooperation with Keep Nassau Beautiful as pledged to clean quarterly our section of Amelia Island Parkway between the roundabout at 14th & Buccaneer Trail. Please bring water, work gloves & wear sturdy shoes. Garbage bags, litter pickers and safety vests will be provided. Members- park at the grassy area at roughly the halfway point.
Eight Flags Jeep Club members are volunteering their time (and their Jeeps!) to work with Amelia Island State Park to help protect nesting shorebirds.
Eight Flags Jeep Club has taken a stand and joined hundreds of other Jeep enthusiasts by becoming an official "Tread Lightly!" member to keep the outdoors healthy, open and accessible and to promote safe and responsible four-wheeling.
Travel Responsibly on land by staying on designated roads, trails and area.
Respect the Rights of Others including private property owners, all recreational trail users, campers & others so they can enjoy their recreational activities undisturbed.
Educate Yourself prior to your trip by obtaining travel maps and regulations from public agencies.
Avoid Sensitive Areas on land such as meadows, lake shores, wetlands & streams. Stay on designated routes.
Do Your Part by modeling appropriate behavior, leaving the area better than you found it, properly disposing of waste, minimizing the use of fire, avoiding the spread of invasive species and repairing degraded areas.